from The Century Dictionary.
- After the manner of drops; droppingly; by drops.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb After the manner of a drop; in the form of drops.
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- adverb In
drops; one drop at a time
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Inserted now dropwise between his lips, it dribbled idly out again.
If this is poured dropwise into much water, the mixture turns bluish, and if it is then shaken up with ether or chloroform, the form takes a purple and the latter a very permanent blue.
When the internal temperature in the flask has stabilized, a mixture of 40% aqueous glyoxal 12. 00g (Alfa; 82.7 mmol, 115% of the theoretic amount) with methanol 30mL was introduced dropwise from the addition funnel - very slowly - over a period of 1h45min, with a vigorous stirring on the 65C oil bath.
This intermediate (153 mg, 0.36 mmol) was dissolved in 5 mL anhydrous dichloromethane followed by dropwise addition of 2 mL TFA and then stirred at room temperature for 3 hours.
COnsidering that viscosity increases the time or height of transfer unit required to transfer heat or mass in a boundary value conditioned problem such as the comparison of dropwise versus film condensation on a vertical surface Tanner et al, J Heat and Mass Transfer 8:419 1965 and such staples as the 1916 Nusselt equation and discussion of Reynolds numbers and limitations of validity, does not a molasses ball fudge factor represent an admission that the model has exceeded its limitations of validity?
(cooled in ice) and 1.1 equivalent of a 1 M sodium hydroxide solution was added dropwise.